52 Offences and proceedings in connection with parking devices and associated apparatus.E+W+S
(1)A person who, with intent to defraud,—
(a)interferes with any apparatus referred to in section 51(2)(d) of this Act or with a parking device, or operates or attempts to operate any such apparatus or any parking device otherwise than in the manner prescribed, or
(b)displays a parking device otherwise than in the manner prescribed,
shall be guilty of an offence.
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(3)In section 48(1) of this Act the reference to a parking meter relating to the space in which a vehicle is left in a designated parking place shall include references to—
(a)any such apparatus as is referred to in section 51(2)(d) of this Act which relates to the space in which a vehicle is so left, and
(b)to a parking device used in respect of a vehicle left in a space in a designated parking place.
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